The son of the Secretary General of Al-Istiqlal party, Hamid Chabat, is in hot water following a new complaint issued by a leading Moroccan company which specializes in the repair of tires emerging and accusing the man of “scamming them”.
According to the Moroccan daily Al-Masae, the said company had signed a lease agreement contract with the son of Chabat, registered with an accredited notary back in 2004, whereby they would be able to use a land for an unlimited amount of time, including a close to acquire it, as long as they pay their monthly rent, yet all but knowing in the meantime that the land belongs to the Moroccan Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs, not to the customers of Hamid Chabat’s son.
Following the turn of events, the company tried many times to acquire the land, but in vain. The company was ordered to release the land, which may include demolishing all buildings and assets it build over the land since 2004.
More than that, the company is bound by contracts with several customers and may go bankrupt if a demolition of its assets occurs.
It is worth reminding that this is all but the first time that Hamid Chabat’s sons face “fraud charges.”
The Moroccan Times.